The Community-Based Access to Injectables (CBA2I) project aims to provide universal access to reproductive health services among underserved populations in Nigeria. The project builds on the success of a pilot program in which health care staff in lower-level positions provided injectable contraceptives at the community level. These health care workers had been traditionally prohibited from providing this service. The evidence from this project — combined with efforts by FHI 360 working in partnership with the Gombe State Government and the Federal Ministry of Health — led to a change in policy on July 19, 2012. The new policy has been adopted by Nigeria’s National Council on Health and will be rolled out nationally.